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    Question How do I stop the "transparent" windows?

    I'm just recovering from a major crash. When I have two, or more, windows open, I can see the other window through the borders of the current window. Kinda like looking through a bathroom window. I had this turned off in my previous OS. I can't, for the life of me, find where this setting is. Can someone tell me where this "transparency" setting is?

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    1. Click on Start.
    2. Right-click on Computer.
    3. Choose Properties from the context menu.
    4. Select Advanced system settings in left-hand pane.
    5. Select the Advanced tab.
    6. Remove the tick from the Enable transparent glass checkbox. (I think this is the effect you want to disable.)

    Hope this helps...

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    That did it. Thank you, my friend.

    This is why I love this place.

    Artie

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